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Yoko Ono


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Third-Party Descriptions

May 2016: "Like many of the current musicians, Mr. dos Santos adhered to the view that authority over Strawberry Fields came from Mr. Lennon’s spirit channeled through his widow, Yoko Ono, who helped create the memorial. She still lives in the Dakota."

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/01/nyregion/at-strawberry-fields-feuding-musicians-give-peace-a-chance.html

October 2007: Artist, musician, and widow of John Lennon of the Beatles.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2007-10-01-celebimages_N.htm

Relationships

RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Family Member John Lennon Person Oct 2, 2007

Articles and Resources

Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at:
May 31, 2016 At Strawberry Fields, Feuding Musicians Give Peace a ChanceAt Strawberry Fields, Feuding Musicians Give Peace a Chance

QUOTE: for the past few years peace itself was elusive among the musicians. The idyllic mood had been marred by altercations, vitriolic screaming and performers dueling to sing over one another....Recently, however, something surprising has happened in Strawberry Fields. The musicians have found themselves in an unfamiliar state of near-civility...In essence, the musicians realized that their bad behavior was not only tarnishing their image, but, perhaps more important, threatening their livelihood.

New York Times
Oct 02, 2007 Court cases focus on famous faces

QUOTE: The feud is playing out in New York and California. It pits the rights of estates to approve any use of the celebrity's image against the First Amendment right to use images and words of famous people for purposes such as research and art.

USA TODAY